The Seattle duo, consisting of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, has slyly dropped some major news on their Instagram for fans to get hype about.
After nearly three years of blessing stadiums and festival grounds around the world, ODESZA have announced that the A Moment Apart Tour will come to an end this summer, along with the added tour date in Palo Alto, CA on on July 17th. Presale tickets are available here. Their final hurrah will take place in Los Angeles over two days in late July, but not before a quick stint in the festival circuit with stops at Bonnaroo, Electric Forest and World DJ Fest in Seoul.
The end of an era marks the beginning of a new one, however, as they stated they are headed back to the studio to work on their next project. This is the first big confirmation that new music is on the way, which will be their first release since A Moment Apart (Deluxe Edition) in November, and before that, their single “Loyal”.
The past couple of years have proven fruitful for the duo, as they headlined countless festivals, founded their own tropical destination festival Sundara, and even had their track “Corners of the Earth” featured in the Winter Olympics. Let’s hope they keep this momentum up in their time off the road and come back with an album even bigger and better than their last.
See full ODESZA’s schedule below:
6/1 – World DJ Festival – Seoul, KOR
6/15 – Bonnaroo Music Festival – Manchester, TN
6/21 – Camp Nowhere – Houston, TX
6/22 – Camp Nowhere – Houston, TX
6/30 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MI
7/17 – Frost Amphitheater at Stanford – Palo Alto, CA
7/18 – Camp Bisco – Scranton, PA
7/26 – Los Angeles Historic Park – Los Angeles, CA
7/27 – Los Angeles Historic Park – Los Angeles, CA